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This week, Dana & Chris discuss the challenge of vaccine dissemination, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision to roll back school restrictions and what Biden nominee may be a stalking horse.

This week, Fox News Chief Congressional Correspondent, Mike Emanuel explains the different forms of filibuster, when we've seen it used in the Senate in the past, and how it could impact our legislative process moving forward. 

This week, we're flashing back to June 5th, 2019. In this episode, Chris shares his new favorite place for chicken wings and Dana answers mailbag questions.

After months of campaigning, the Bush and Gore teams head into election night. But as the evening progresses, states close their polling places, and exit polls come in, the unexpected unfolds before the American people. 

This week, Tyrus and Kat discuss cardboard cutouts, shipwrecks, and the most popular Thanksgiving side dishes in each state.

This week, Kennedy helps listeners "make a b-line for the family table." She kicks things off by expressing her distaste for "the triumvirate of over-governance, and then gives her top tips for safe and enjoyable air travel for those who have decided to fly this weekend.

This episode features conversations with Peter Schiff, the founder and CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, Seema Bansal, the co-founder of Venus Et Fleur, and Cynthia Marshall, the CEO of the Dallas Mavericks.

This week, Dana and Chris discuss partisan attitudes towards the media and how coverage of the Trump administration has differed from the previous administration.

This week, Kenneth Cohen, P.H.D., a curator and scholar at The Smithsonian National Museum of American History, joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on Thanksgiving. Kenneth discusses the origins of the Thanksgiving story and its practical application today. 

This week, we're flashing back to December 7th, 2016 .In the afterglow of the 2016 election Dana & Chris look ahead to the Christmas holiday.

As the last week of the campaign kicks off, both the Bush and Gore teams cross the country to garner the support of the remaining undecided voters. However, an embarrassing incident from one candidates past threatens to derail their campaign with less than a week to election day. 

This week Tyrus & Kat are back together in the studio! They hear about one bold little girl's grave stone, speed dating on an air plane, and one man's fetish for a tree.

In the face of all the restrictions and challenges COVID-19 has placed on senior citizens across the world, Kennedy reflects on the importance of making the most of our elderly years. Later, she is joined by social psychologist and sex researcher, David W. Wahl, Ph.D. 

In Chris's absence, Dana is joined by Jason Bonewald. They discuss some takeaways from the election, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's comeback, and the Democratic Party's identity crisis.

This week, Abby is joined by Dr. John Logsdon, the founder of the Space Policy Institute at George Washington University's Elliot School of International Affairs, to discuss the Space Force.

This week we're flashing back to September 6th, 2017. Dana's husband, Peter, fills in for Chris. Dana and Peter discuss why Peter became an American citizen, how American business differs from other countries, Brexit, and the NHS!

George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore accept their nominations at Conventions in Philadelphia and Los Angeles.  What followed were four showdowns that showcased the strengths and weaknesses of the four candidates in the national spotlight.

This week, Tyrus and Kat blow off steam about a potential second wave of COVID-19. They also hear about a couple charged with selling weed and one woman who had trouble with a wedding gown.

After engaging in the debate that is going to the dentist during COVID, Dana and Chris discuss the continued aftermath of the 2020 election.

This week, Liz is joined by the CEO of Kodiak Cakes, Joel Clark. Joel discusses after a series of trials and victories, Joel discusses how he has persevered through uncertainty, and where the brand is headed next.

This week, Abby is joined by Professor Carl Castro, the Director of the University of Southern California's Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and Military Families.

As the 2000 election kicks off, a series of players emerge to make an attempt at winning their party's nomination.

This week Tyrus & Kat discuss reality TV and a man trying to cook a chicken in a National Park.

After days of Election Coverage, Dana and Chris reconvene for a catchup session.

This week, Abby is joined by Kristen Soltis Anderson, co-founder of Echelon Insights and Washington Examiner columnist. Kristen discusses why we have the electoral college, how it impacts our elections at large, and the arguments for and against this system.

This week, we're flashing back to July 25th, 2018. In this episode, Dana fields questions about hair extensions, whether she prefers mountains or the beach, and the restaurant she could eat at for the rest of her life. Plus, Chris answers tough election trivia.

This week, Tyrus and Kat discuss Kat's birthday, their favorite Halloween memories, and more!

This week, Kennedy tackles the challenges of raising kids in the current political climate. Later, Kennedy is joined by Clinical Psychologist Dr. Laura Markham.

This week, Liz is joined by the first woman of color CEO of AT&T Business, Anne Chow to discuss how her background of hard work and personal experiences of being discriminated against continue to bolster her leadership style of empathy and equity at AT&T.

With just one week until election day, Dana and Chris compare notes. They discuss what some recent public opinion polling can tell us about how the election might go, how the millennial vote might impact election outcomes and the week that was on the campaign trail.

This week, Abby is joined by Lesley Bannatyne, an American author who writes on Halloween; its history, literature, and contemporary celebration. Lesley discusses the origins of Halloween and what this holiday can teach us about our modern times.

This week we're flashing back to September 12th, 2018. As Chris celebrates the release of his book “Every Man a King,” he and Dana meet in the studio to discuss how he’s faring on the road and Mexican food.

This week, Tyrus and Kat hear about a Karen giving flowers to other Karens, parents who named their daughter after their Wi-Fi provider, and they break down the final presidential debate.

This week, Liz is joined by the founder of Bai and Crook & Marker, Ben Weiss. The discuss Ben's "bevolution" and his new book "Basementality: How This Entrepreneur Drove His Fight Against Big Sugar and Rose from the Basement to a $1.7 Billion Brand."

With just two weeks until "the end of the election," Dana and Chris discuss all-things 2020. They cover some potential election outcomes, how current polling might differ from the actual election results, and more.

This week, Abby is joined by Tom Bevan, co-founder and president of RealClearPolitics. Tom discusses what a swing state is, how a states' political alignment may or may not change over time, and how swing states impact our elections.

This week we're flashing back to May 5th, 2016 .In this episode, Dana and Chris celebrate the paperback release of Dana's book "And The Good News Is ..."

This week, Tyrus and Kat get an update on Kat's pets, Tyrus' kids, and one woman who believes she had been been dating a ghost.

This week, Liz Claman is joined by the Founder and CEO of LivePerson, Robert P. Locascio. Robert discusses how the challenges and pitfalls of his early career helped him as a leader and allowed his team to thrive through the COVID-19 pandemic.